Henry Hudson (born 1982, Bath) is a half British half American artist who lives and works in London. He is best known for his use of plasticine as his artistic medium in the creation of textured ‘paintings’. Hudson’s most notable exhibition to date was The Rise and Fall of Young Sen – The Contemporary Artist’s Progress, which was shown at Sotheby’s SI2 Gallery, London in May 2015. The exhibition consisted of ten large scale Plasticine paintings, depicting a contemporary version of William Hogarth’s A Rake's Progress. According to the New York Times, all ten paintings were sold prior to the show opening.

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  • Henry Hudson (born 1982, Bath) is a half British half American artist who lives and works in London. He is best known for his use of plasticine as his artistic medium in the creation of textured ‘paintings’. Hudson’s most notable exhibition to date was The Rise and Fall of Young Sen – The Contemporary Artist’s Progress, which was shown at Sotheby’s SI2 Gallery, London in May 2015. The exhibition consisted of ten large scale Plasticine paintings, depicting a contemporary version of William Hogarth’s A Rake's Progress. According to the New York Times, all ten paintings were sold prior to the show opening. After spending time in the Congolian forests, Hudson will dedicate his upcoming 2016 Sotheby's SI2 show in New York to jungle paintings also made of Plasticine. (en)
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  • Henry Hudson (born 1982, Bath) is a half British half American artist who lives and works in London. He is best known for his use of plasticine as his artistic medium in the creation of textured ‘paintings’. Hudson’s most notable exhibition to date was The Rise and Fall of Young Sen – The Contemporary Artist’s Progress, which was shown at Sotheby’s SI2 Gallery, London in May 2015. The exhibition consisted of ten large scale Plasticine paintings, depicting a contemporary version of William Hogarth’s A Rake's Progress. According to the New York Times, all ten paintings were sold prior to the show opening. (en)
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